The Digital Salon at UW-Madison is a competitive exhibition of “artistic and research-based projects that take digital form or rely heavily on information technology in the production process.” With digital humanist projects and scholarships on the rise, this exhibition demonstrates the shifting dynamics in scholarship production and dissemination. The Digital Salon is open for both undergraduate and graduate projects. This is a great, and inspiring way to add work to one’s CV in an applicable, timely, and playful manner.
Tori Lane is a second year M.A. student of Literature at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She is interested in modern and postmodern literature, new materialism, and affect theory.